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Oct 9, 2012 6:00am PDT
] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> bring back our panel, david drucker, liz sidoti. i have a rothenberg and a "roll call" guy here. how can i not do a little senate with you guys, plus liz sidoti. we're supposed to be the political junkies. toss-ups, massachusetts, what do you have here? montana, north dakota, nevada, virginia, wisconsin. i want to talk about the pure toss-ups. north dakota, this is the race, it's sort of representative of what this cycle has turned into. there are a lot of like, hey, red state might go blue, blue state might go red in the senate races. who says there's polarization? >> that's true. for the first time in three cycles, no wave to ride, so you've seen a grudge match. and in north dakota, what you have is a democratic candidate with a good family name in the state running maybe among the best senate campaigns in the country. >> against a freshman member of congress trying for a promotion. maybe when you look back you're going to think a little bit too soon. >> a little bit too soon. and if romney can, you know, win big in north dakota, he's clea
Oct 26, 2012 9:00am EDT
? >>> let's bring back our panel. liz sidoti, jackie kucinich and ramesh ponnuru and let's talk about this piece. a very interesting thing from "the new york times." it said, quote, how bill clinton may have hurt the obama campaign. saying, quote, the white house had been portraying mr. romney as inauthentic and inconstant, a soulless climber who would say anything to get the job, but it was mr. clinton who forcibly argued to mr. obama's aides that the campaign had it wrong, the best way to go after mitt romney the former president said was to publicly grant that he was a severe conservative he claimed to be and then hang the unpopular ideology around his neck. does this work, liz? >> look, if bill clinton hurt the campaign at all at any point in this race, he has certainly helped the campaign in the homestretch. what you're seeing is a guy who laid out an economic argument arguably better than the president did during the convention and has hit the campaign trail in pivotal areas to turn out working class whites. we're going to see obama and the president campaign together early next
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